The fourth album by Dekprypton Joel it´s the end of one creative cycle since He started recording, alone but in panoramic soundscape, His Flamenco Fusion misterious compositions under the influence of The Guitar Trio:
Paco de Lucia, John McLaughlin and Al DiMeola.
Greetings, "Olá M. - The Self Controlled Dreamer" in sweet harmonics the dream will take control but only by the strenght of a powerful melodia with the feeling that the epic is truly beggining and when "John is Laughing" comes along, the ambience is already full with light, it fills our ears with a warming sensation of the secret tone, astronomically suspended if "The Divine Sacrifice of The Sun" carries through the mighty spanish guitar, efficiently guided by the chord of the vanguard with the same bold devotion applied on "Alfonsi Plays Good", in the way of a pleasent compliment.
Ironic and prophetic: "Here Comes Nibiru Gabiru" the scatologic awareness of a mystical fusion between popular expression, mythological fate and ancient prophecy, he´s restless, haunting an enigmatic move beyond theology, faced at the extremely philosophical "Enigma de La Melodia (for A.D.M.)" because so visceral and yet spiritual.
Burning "Sunnyside Juan" in psychedelic flares as the fictitious electric band follows the thrill with a fascinated blend of sacred incandescence but the fire won´t burn untill "Huelva Rocio" and a couple of second versions take place:
the evolutionary "Fátima´s UFO´s II", and the delirious "Jóia Gerês II", contemplative flamenco pop before the setting sun kindled the sky with "Lumbrales" and after that a row of second version compositions to keep it burning under the ashes:
"Flying White Cilinder II", "Invisible Ray II", "City of Dreams Revisited II" and "Valis II" maybe to remember the previous albuns as if evocative reminiscences sustain.
The advent of the second versions is also related to the fact that D. Joel bought an amazing spanish guitar, thanks to a donation and a loan from the part of His friends, with wich He recorded His second, third and fourth albuns.
"Follow Your Hearth" (John Mc.Laughlin´s composition)
a simple homage featured by a follower.